### Some articles on *dimension, dimensions*:

**Dimension**- Comparison To Classical

**Dimension**

... If Z is a subset of 2ω, its Hausdorff

**dimension**is ... The packing

**dimension**of Z is ... Thus the effective Hausdorff and packing

**dimensions**of a set are simply the classical Hausdorff and packing

**dimensions**of (respectively) when we restrict our attention to c ...

**Dimension**

... In computational learning theory, the teaching

**dimension**of a concept class C is defined to be, where is the minimum size of a witness set for c in C ... The teaching

**dimension**of a finite concept class can be used to give a lower and an upper bound on the membership query cost of the concept class ... book "Extremal Combinatorics", a lower bound is given for the teaching

**dimension**Let C be a concept class over a finite domain X ...

**Dimension**al Modeling -

**Dimension**Normalization

... which are known in the normal flatten de-normalized

**dimensions**...

**Dimensions**are strictly joined together in sub

**dimensions**... table surrounded by multiple descriptive (

**dimension**) tables Developers often don't normalize

**dimensions**due to several facts Normalization makes the data structure more complex Performance can be slower ...

... Joseph Carens distinguishes three

**dimensions**of citizenship in his book Culture, Citizenship, and Community ... a legal, psychological and political

**dimension**... The legal

**dimension**refers to the formal rights and duties to the political community to which one belongs, the psychological

**dimension**refers to one’s ...

**Dimension**

... In the latter, the anomalous scaling

**dimension**of an operator is the contribution of quantum mechanics to the classical scaling

**dimension**of that operator ... The classical scaling

**dimension**of an operator O is determined by dimensional analysis from the Lagrangian (in 4 spacetime

**dimensions**this means

**dimension**1 for elementary ... has the schematic form where g is a coupling constant, is the classical

**dimension**, and is an ultraviolet cutoff (the maximal allowed energy in the ...

### More definitions of "dimension":

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*noun*): The magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height).

- (
*noun*): One of three cartesian coordinates that determine a position in space.

- (
*verb*): Indicate the dimensions on.

Example:*"These techniques permit us to dimension the human heart"*

- (
*noun*): A construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished.

Synonyms: property, attribute

- (
*noun*): Magnitude or extent.

Synonyms: proportion

### Famous quotes containing the word dimension:

“Le Corbusier was the sort of relentlessly rational intellectual that only France loves wholeheartedly, the logician who flies higher and higher in ever-decreasing circles until, with one last, utterly inevitable induction, he disappears up his own fundamental aperture and emerges in the fourth *dimension* as a needle-thin umber bird.”

—Tom Wolfe (b. 1931)

“God cannot be seen: he is too bright for sight; nor grasped: he is too pure for touch; nor measured: for he is beyond all sense, infinite, measureless, his *dimension* known to himself alone.”

—Marcus Minucius Felix (2nd or 3rd cen. A.D.)

“By intervening in the Vietnamese struggle the United States was attempting to fit its global strategies into a world of hillocks and hamlets, to reduce its majestic concerns for the containment of communism and the security of the Free World to a *dimension* where governments rose and fell as a result of arguments between two colonels’ wives.”

—Frances Fitzgerald (b. 1940)